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December 3, 2013
08:41 EDTHPQ, LNVGY, MSFT, INTCSale of PCs expected to be down 10% this year, FT reports
The sale of PCs will suffer the “most severe yearly contraction on record” in 2013, down over 10% as consumers switch to tablets and smartphones, according to the International Data Corporation PC tracker, reports the Financial Times. Sales fell 7% last year. Worldwide shipments of PCs are forecast to continue to fall next year as well, down 3.8% to about 300M, a level last seen in 2008. Reference Link
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April 3, 2014
16:16 EDTINTCGlobalfoundries in lead to buy IBM chip plants, TSMC out of talks, WSJ says
IBM (IBM) has held talks with Globalfoundries, Intel (INTC) and Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) regarding its semiconductor manufacturing operations, and Globalfoundries appears to be in the lead as the most likely potential buyer, according to The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. IBM initially asked for more than $2B and bids have come in "north of $1B," the report noted, adding that Intel is still involved, but TSMC has dropped out of the talks. Reference Link
16:00 EDTINTCOptions Update; April 3, 2014
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15:49 EDTINTCGlobalfoundries in lead to buy IBM chip plants, TSMC out of talks, DJ says
IBM (IBM) also held talks with Intel (INTC), according to Dow Jones, citing sources.
10:01 EDTINTCIntel climbs following upbeat note from analyst
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10:00 EDTINTCOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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09:30 EDTMSFTApple, Pfizer others create 'go slow' patent lobby group, Reuters says
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08:54 EDTLNVGYGoogle Class C shares begin trading today
Google (GOOG) is effectively splitting its stock via a dividend distribution of new "Class C" shares, which begin trading today. The price of existing Google A shares, which hold one vote each, is expected to fall by half today as the C shares begin trading. WHAT'S NOTABLE: In January, Google announced that its board approved a dividend of Class C shares to be distributed on April 2 to holders of record as of March 27. The new Class C shares will trade under the ticker "GOOG" and the company's existing Class A shares will trade under a new ticker, "GOOGL." The company has previously said that its Q1 GAAP EPS will be half of what it would otherwise report because its net earnings are divided by twice as many shares. The company also said that its non-GAAP EPS will be similarly affected by the Class C dividend issuance, but will also be impacted by the expected sale of Motorola Mobile to Lenovo (LNVGY). This sale triggers "discontinued operations" accounting treatment, Google noted. Both Google Class A and Class C will be included in the S&P 500 and S&P 100 and there will not be a switch from Class A to Class C. Class A shares will subsequently be removed from Nasdaq indexes when the exchange operator rebalances them on June 23. By introducing non-voting C shares, Google's Sergey Brin and Larry Page will be able to issue stock to compensate workers or make acquisitions without diluting their voting stake, Bloomberg has noted.
07:23 EDTLNVGYCoolpad aims for online phone sales to exceed Lenovo, Bloomberg says
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06:32 EDTLNVGYLenovo targets 100M smartphone shipments in FY14, DigiTimes reports
Lenovo is aiming to ship 100M smartphones globally in FY14, reports Digitimes. Citing Taiwan-based supply chain makers, Lenovo has been strengthening its smartphone promotion in North American and Europe following the Motorola Mobility acquisition. Reference Link
06:13 EDTMSFTMicrosoft to stop charging fee for Windows for some smartphones, WSJ reports
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April 2, 2014
16:09 EDTINTCIntel upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray upgraded Intel to Overweight from Neutral after assuming coverage of the stock and raised its price target for shares to $30 from $23. Piper expects the PC market stabilization to continue in 2014 and believes Intel is positioned longer term to benefit from data center market growth.
14:05 EDTMSFTMicrosoft announces Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 8.1 update at conference
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12:50 EDTMSFTMicrosoft Windows 8.1 update to be available April 8
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12:41 EDTMSFTMicrosoft announces Windows Phone 8.1 personal assistant Cortana
Windows Phone 8.1 personal voice assistant Cortana is powered by Bing, and can be opened by a Live Tile on the home screen or via a phone's search button. Cortana can add items to calendars, set alarms, and find nearby restaurants.
12:27 EDTMSFTMicrosoft Phone 8.1 update to roll out to consumers in next few months
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11:37 EDTHPQStocks with call strike movement; HPQ GM
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08:41 EDTHPQPacific Crest to hold a forum
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07:03 EDTMSFTMicrosoft CEO to lay out vision for Windows at Build, Business Insider says
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06:08 EDTINTCIntel setting up $100M fund for China, WSJ reports
Intel's venture capital arm will establish a $100M fund to help accelerate the creation of new devices that use its chips, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing comments made at an event for developers. The company is also setting up an innovation center in Shenzhen, China. Reference Link
05:59 EDTHPQHP implied volatility of 25 at lower end of index mean range
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